it says that “The number or type of input or output for function ‘vec’ is incorrect.” But i do not understand where this vec comes from.

First of all, make sure you are using CVX 2.2.2 or CVX 2.2, not CVX 3.0beta.

Perhaps there is a conflicting version of `vec`

in your MATLAB path.

What does

`which -all vec`

show?

I don’t know why you are encountering this.

Things to try:

New MATLAB session.

Rerunning `cvx_setup`

with newly downloaded version of CVX. You might as well install CVX 2.2.2 Announcement: CVX 2.2.2, the first "full" open-source release, which has just been released.

I get for which -all vec

which -all vec

C:\mysoftware\cvx-w64\cvx\functions@cvx\vec.m % cvx method

C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2024a\toolbox\shared\msblks_measurement\msblks_measurement@eyeDiagramSI\vec.p % eyeDiagramSI method

is this the ‘conflict’ with using the wrong vec?

I think

`C:\mysoftware\cvx-w64\cvx\functions@cvx\vec.m % cvx method`

is what CVX should be using, so I don 't see what the problem is.

`C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2024a\toolbox\shared\msblks_measurement\msblks_measurement@eyeDiagramSI\vec.p % eyeDiagramSI method`

is after it in the path, so I would have thought it would be o.k. But obviously something’s not right, so perhaps you can try removing it from the path and see what happens.

I made a file vec.m in my working folder with:

function x = vec(X)

x = X(:);

So this would be the first in the path. This fixed the problem.

I read through the @cvx\vec.m file in cvx and I could not understand it as it does ‘nothing’.

And, where it is called is what causes the problem, i.e… in sparsify\replcals

I put a keyboard there and ran the code to see what happens before, and the use of vec there does not work, i.e. the cvx vec does not work.

In any case, I seem to have a fix, but this seems to be a strange fix.